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The University of Wageningen is using a voucher scheme to support new technologies that can contribute to circular agriculture. The first four vouchers are going to autonomous field robots.
In the Dutch province of Groningen, applications of 5G are being researched and tested in transportation, healthcare and agriculture. "We can have patients diagnosed remotely by a specialist."
A group of agricultural tech companies and a university in Italy are about to start developing targeted green innovations in agriculture.
It is expected that by 2030 about a quarter of all agricultural land in the EU will be used for organic farming. The EU LIVESEED project can help reach this goal.
Growing Underground in London is one of the largest underground vertical farms in the world that is controlled entirely by a digital twin at the University of Cambridge.
"Precisely because Brabant is a densely populated conurbation, the pressure here is high to develop smart solutions"
The future of farmers: keeping an eye on all the processes behind a computer screen while robots do the work on the land. This is essential in order to meet the growing demand for sustainable food.
We should all be self-sufficient by 2050. With that idea in mind, Simone and Arend Koekkoek have launched Campus Almkerk. They bought a secluded farm […]
Photonics is a promising technology in almost all sectors, now and in the future. Numerous scientists are exploring the possibilities of this light technology. But […]
On the first day of Dutch Agri Food Week in the hall of Villa Flora Venlo one could see a compact mobile robot industriously carrying […]
The Climate Impact Monitor, which was developed by the WUR together with its partners, provides an estimate of the consequences of climate change.
More knowledge about saline cultivation with plants and shellfish through the Dubbele Dijk innovative project in Groningen
From seaweed cultivation to growing potatoes on silty soil, there is plenty of experimentation with innovative agriculture at the Dubbele Dijk in the province of Groningen.
Nature-based solutions for flood protection need space, patience and courage. But it's worth it, says Prof. Christian Albert from the Ruhr University, Germany
With minor adjustments, Norwegian scientist Gruber says it is quite possible to run ocean-going vessels on ammonia instead of heavy fuel oil.
TU Munich, together with other institutes, has discovered that fungi that eat dead plant matter can, and perhaps should, play a much bigger role in storing CO2 in soil.
In the Belgian recreational area Blaarmeersen, many people have to pee every day. This is now being collected and reused as rinse water and fertilizer.
Scientists at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in Austria have developed a way to make sensor data visible on a smartphone using augmented reality as part of the "Dataskop" research project
Every other week, sustainability expert Auke Hoekstra shares what catches his eye in making the earth more sustainable. This week: how Auke aims to make science useful to society sooner.
More efficiency and flexibility in the manufacturing industry thanks to 5G combined with sensor technology
Evert van den Akker (TNO) and Jan Post (RUG and Philips) are working together on a series of pilot projects that will test the possibilities of 5G in practice.